My name is Dr. Matthew Rose and I am a Doctor of Osteopathy (D.O.), specializing in osteopathic medicine. A D.O. has all the same training as an M.D. plus additional training in physical medicine. I am an independent physician with a solo practice in Vancouver, WA. I am also the medical director and seeing patients at Rose City Urgent Care and Family Practice My philosophy of medical care is to treat not only the symptoms a patient has but the whole patient. I believe it is important to address issues of diet, fitness, sleep and mental health because they are key components in our overall well-being. I pride myself on knowing my patients individually and keeping each patient’s unique situation in mind when treating them.
Andy Harbison is a board-certified general internist practicing primary care and internal medicine consultative care for the patients of the Rose City Urgent Care and Family Practice. He is a graduate of Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and completed a residency in Internal Medicine at St. Louis University Health Sciences Center. He lives at the home of his wife's animals, who determine the structure of his life. When allowed, he will be more-than-glad to inform you that "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure"! He will also tell you that "an ounce of prevention avoids a pound of fur!" Please, spay and neuter.
Claudia Dogan-Coles is a board certified Physician Assistant. She received both her Master's Degree in Physician Assistant Studies and Bachelor's Degree in Biomedical Sciences from Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI. Her first position after graduating was in Sports Medicine Orthopedic Surgery, helping her become proficient in orthopedic examination as well as joint injection, which is especially beneficial in the primary care setting. She believes that the key to providing excellent patient care is through communication and education. She strives to develop long-term relationships with her patients and encourages them to be an active part of their healthcare decision making. Feeling trusting of, and comfortable with, your healthcare provider makes for the best patient-provider relationship and she strives to maintain the relaxed and approachable demeanor that she has been told she has.
Claudia recently moved to Oregon at the end of 2014 and enjoys the countless outdoor activities Oregon has to offer. Outside of work, she enjoys hiking, biking, cooking, attempting to do yoga, horseback riding, pottery and salsa/Latin dancing. And staying true to her Wisconsin roots, she also loves the Green Bay Packers--go Pack go!
Ijeoma received her Masters in Nursing and Family Nurse Practitioner degrees in 2002 from OHSU School of Nursing. Since then she has worked in this capacity in different settings which include family practice and urgent care clinics, Multnomah County jail, and the Veterans Hospital Emergency Department. Ijeoma is interested in the care of the patient as a whole person and in the prevention of diseases, working with the patient as a partnership and empowering the patient to be involved in their care. Ijeoma enjoys cooking, gardening, yoga, spending time with her husband and three children and travelling.
Trung grew up in the Pacific Northwest and calls Portland his home. He completed his undergraduate degree at Portland State University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Community Health Sciences. In August 2015, Trung received a Master’s of Science in Physician Assistant Studies at Pacific University in Hillsboro, OR. He is a board certified PA and accepting new patients. His philosophy in medicine is treating the whole patient, with an emphasis on preventative care, and encouraging patients to take a more active approach with their health.
Charlene has a Bachelor's degree in Nursing Science from OHSU School of Nursing. She has worked for 26 years with the Multnomah County Health Department as a community health nurse. She is a native Portlander and has lived in the Portland area all her life. She has always been a strong advocate for her patients and work to maximize the resources available to them and help them navigate the health care and social service systems that often present barriers for the people who need them the most.